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Reservation is a necessity or a burden for India

Reservation is a necessity or a burden for India Survey conducted by – Swaraj Bhattacharya Sanket Nair Menon Divya Gopakumar ITM Executive MBA Batch 1 (2015-2017) INTRODUCTION: The caste based reservation in India is a never ending debate with no realistic outcomes till date. Objective of introducing the reservation system ages ago was to uplift the conditions of less privileged strata of the society and ensure that the minorities are not discriminated. There is little evidence if the reservation system has performed well and made a relevant difference or contribution towards the economic growth of India as a developing country. Read More
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Relationship between Reliance Power limited with Nifty50

Title: Relationship between Reliance Power limited with Nifty50 Author: Rutuja Bhagwan Thotle (Kohinoor Business School) (MMS: Roll no. 42) Introduction: Reliance Power Limited is a part of the Reliance Group, one of India’s largest business houses. The group operates across multiple sectors, including telecommunications, financial services, media and entertainment, infrastructure and energy. The energy sector companies include Reliance Infrastructure and Reliance Power. Reliance Power has been established to develop, construct and operate power projects both in India as well as internationally. The Company on its own and through its subsidiaries has a large portfolio of power generation capacity, both in Read More
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Siemens Corruption Scandal

Name: Swapnil Dagwar Roll no: M1956 College Name : Fr. C Rodrigues of Management, Studies Batch 2019-2021 Ten years ago a colossal corruption scandal involving Siemens, one of the world’s largest electrical engineering companies, shocked the world. The scale of it marked it out as the biggest corruption case of the time. unprecedented in scale and geographic reach. The corruption involved more than $1.4 billion in bribes to government officials in Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East and the Americas. How did it happen and why is it important to keep this case in mind? Prior to the corruption scandal, Read More
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ADARSH GUPTA – M1902 Introduction Shikha Sharma, managing director and CEO of Axis Bank, had decided to shorten her tenure by more than two years. The decision had come amid reports that the Reserve Bank of India was unhappy with the lender’s performance and had asked the bank to review its decision to extend Sharma’s term. The board of Axis Bank, India’s third-largest private lender, had given Sharma her fourth extension. The new three-year term was set to start from June 1, 2018. Now, the RBI’s final approval for the curtailed term was awaited. Sharma took over the reins of Read More
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NIMA FRANCIS – M1934 Before Maggi instant noodles was launched in India in 1983, nobody had imagined that a snack could be prepared in a jiffy. Ushering in the ‘two-minute revolution’, this product was initially targeted towards middle class working women who struggled between their duties in both the public and the private spheres. But more than Maggi moms, the product appealed to children and youngsters. In no time, Maggi was at the tip of everyone’s tongue, quite literally. For three decades, it was a smooth sailing for Maggi. But a storm struck in 2014 when a laboratory in Gorakhpur Read More
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PMC Bank Fraud Case

This bank was established on February 13, 1984 as a single branch cooperative Bank. Punjab & Maharashtra Cooperative (PMC) Bank is a Scheduled Urban Co-operative Bank with its area of operation in the States of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Delhi, Goa, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh. The commencement of the banking business of PMC taken place on February 13, 1984. It operated nicely and within a time of 35 years, the Bank has a wide network of 137 branches across six states. PMC has 1814 number of employees and now this bank stands among top 10 co-operative banks of the country. Read More
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Satyam Scam

The Satyam Scandal Name: Sakshi Pandey Roll No.: M1944 College: FCRIMS MMS-SEM2 Satyam Scam was the big corporate scam that occurred in India in 2009 and is also regarded as “Debacle of the Indian Financial System”. After studying about the Satyam Scam in detail, this is best what one can explain about it. Read to know in detail about Satyam Scam. IT Company name Satyam Computers was started by Ramalinga Raju and his brother in law in 1987. Raju was Harvard Graduate and an impressive personality. Satyam was Hyderabad based company. In 1991-92 Satyam computers was listed on BSE (Bombay Read More
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aurobindo pharma ltd

Aurobindo Pharma LTD NAME:- Atharv parab ROLL NO:- M1911 COLLEGE:- Fr. C Rodrigues Institute of management studies, vashi MMS SEM-II Mumbai: Aceto Corporation, a US generic drug distributor, has accused Aurobindo Pharma and its founder PV Ramprasad Reddy of sabotaging and systemically destroying the company’s business in a case filed in a New Jersey district court. Aceto, which had filed for bankruptcy in February, sought damages from Aurobindo on charges of fraud, negligent misrepresentation, breach of contract, breach of duty of good faith and fair dealing. It asked for compensation and punitive damages from Aurobindo The case was filled on Read More
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Reebok vs CrossFit Inc. dispute

NAME- Ranjeet Shetty / Roll no- M1940 Father Agnel Business School, Vashi Law case study: Reebok vs CrossFit Inc. Reebok International Ltd. and CrossFit Inc. have reached a settlement in their legal dispute over a licensing agreement the pair made in 2010. Eight years into the 10-year partnership, CrossFit in June filed suit against Reebok, alleging breach of contract and breach of covenant of good faith after it said the brand made a “unilateral change” in how it calculates CrossFit’s royalties. “Every partnership confronts challenges from time to time. Great partnerships learn from them, overcome them and become stronger in Read More
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Ambuja Cement moves SC against Rs. 6,300-cr CCI fine.

Some cement makers as Ambuja Cement moved the Supreme Court against the NCLAT’s ruling that upheld the fair trade regulator CCI’s order to impose a penalty of Rs. 6,300 crore for alleged cartelization on 11 manufacturers. In August 2016, CCI had slapped approximately Rs 6,300 crore penalties on 11 cement firms including UltraTech, ACC, Ambuja, Ramco and JK cement as well as the industry body Cement Manufacturers Association (CMA) for indulging in cartelisation. CCI had imposed the highest penalty of Rs 1,175.49 crore on Aditya Birla group firm Ultra Tech. Challenging the NCLAT’s July 25 order, Ambuja said that the Read More
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